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From the Superintendent's Desk - April 17, 2015

Read this week's message to staff. Pictured: Minnie Hughes Elementary students pose for a photo at the "Joe" on Wednesday. Students attended a game in celebration of their Reading with the RiverDogs yearlong program.

Students at RiverDogs game
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April 2015 Teacher of the Month

Congratulations to Senior Head Start Teacher, Latasha Garrett for being selected as CCSD's April Teacher of the Month! Check out the video of her surprise presentation. Pictured from left to right: Ms. Dena Davis, Ms. Frances Shaw, Ms. Latasha Garrett, and Ms. Ruth Taylor.

Teacher of the Month
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WAHS Culinary Arts

West Ashley High School's culinary arts teams recently took 4th place in the state at the SC ProStart Invitational, and 3rd place in the state Quest Competition! Pictured: The WAHS Quest Competition Team - Abigail Delgado, Malik Singleton, and Michelle Hammock.

WAHS Quest Competition Team
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CCSD's Personalized Learning

The Personalized Learning model at CCSD is being heralded at the national level, and promises to revolutionize the classroom by enabling each student to achieve at his or her absolute highest potential. Pictured: A recent Personalized Learning workshop and demonstration for our Spanish-speaking parents at Pinehurst Elementary!

Personalized Learning at Pinehurst
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Great Minds... Who Dress Alike!

Some of our fantastic principals happened to dress alike at the April countywide principals' meeting! Pictured (from l to r): Camille Hendrix (Child and Family Development Center), Jennifer Coker (Daniel Jenkins), Michelle Simmons (Stono Park), and Tanya Underwood (Pepperhill).

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A Night of Poetry

Students from Chicora Elementary and Morningside Middle School participated in a night to showcase their creativity with poetry, while being serenaded by blues music. Check out pictures from the night's events.

Morningside students
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Learn More About CCSD's BRIDGE Pilot Work

Please visit the BRIDGE Portal to get the latest information on CCSD's framework for connecting the development, support, and recognition of effective principals, teachers, and staff in order to increase student achievement. Questions? Email

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Moultrie Teacher Joie Ayala Wins Ed Tech Innovator

Congratulations to Ms. Joie Ayala, 8th grade ELA teacher at Moultrie Middle School, our CCSD Ed Tech Innovator for February 2015! The award honors educators who seek new ways to increase the effectiveness of their technology integration to support district initiatives.

Ed Tech Innovator



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